Review by Frank Errington: This is a review I posted on my blog when I read an advance copy earlier in 2013… I’ve just finished reading an advance copy of a new novella to be released at the end of 2013. If you’re a fan of Kealan Patrick Burke or of Cemetery Dance Publishers you [...]
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According to an exclusive over at Daily Dead, Johnathan James had a chance to meet up with George A. Romero this past weekend in Chicago and they talked about a number of topics, including his upcoming projects. When asked about The Zombie Autopsies, he revealed that the script is finished, approved by Steven C. Schlozman, [...]
It is time to get out your classic Hammer horror collection and look for lost footage! The excutives at Britain’s famed Hammer horror film studios have appealed to the public to help recover lost scenes edited from classic films like The Curse Of Frankenstein and others.
From Peruvian author Fernando Sobenes, comes a horror novel The Evil Visitor (El Visitante Maligno) which deals with the theme of exorcism and the vision that the Church has towards it, and the manipulation that occurs in these situations. Problems of a mental nature are conveniently used as methods of propaganda and to control the [...]
A mysterious island. An abandoned orphanage. A strange collection of very curious photographs. Such begins the tale of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children a novel by Ransom Riggs. The good news is, Tim Burton may direct the film adaption!
I am so looking forward to this movie, I heard about it a while back and have started reading the first book and it is definitely a page turner! Lionsgate has released the first full trailer for The Hunger Games, which is coming to theaters March 23, 2012. The film is the adaptation of Suzanne [...]
Variety reports that the legendary director Martin Scorsese has expressed an interested in adapting Jo Nesbø’s The Snowman into a feature film. The Snowman is the seventh entry in Nesbø’s “Harry Hole” series.
I have always hoped for a big screen adaption of King’s The Stand. I am not sure how they will pull it off, but there is good news. Ben Affleck is the man Warner Bros. is eyeing to adapt and direct The Stand, another adaptation of Stephen King’s famous novel.
A while back we told you that our beloved Harry Potter, Daniel Radcliffe was to star in the gothic horror The Woman in Black. The trailer has debuted on the web and we have it for you!
It is hard to believe that 40 years have passed since William Peter Blatty unleashed his novel The Exorcist onto an unsuspecting world. Demonic Possession was a little known phenomena outside of the Catholic Church and as frightening as the subject was, it was happening to a young girl which only intensified the emotional drama [...]